2012 Jul 23 - Communication Skills for Effective Transfer of Technology â SAMETI - [State Agricultural Management and Extension Training Institute], Hyderabad.
This is a live recording of a speech, in Telugu, [ with a sprinkling of English ] on Communication Skills for Effective Transfer of Technology, to a group of participants of a Training Programme at SAMETI [State Agricultural Management and Extension Training Institute].
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Each time the presentation is made, as a teacher, I ensure that right from the introduction to the development of the theme, it is done differently, the examples are appropriate to the audience, the language style, and the mixture of local language, some times with local accent, Ã¢ an attempt is made to create a unique blend. This is being mentioned, so as to make it clear that you may not feel bored or disinterested, and by listening to two or more lectures on the same topic, presented before different audiences, at various places, you may actually obtain a better insight into the scope of the topic.
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